A rough design.
Not all roads are made equally, and for the real ugly, hard-biting asphalt, Michelin's Power Protection Plus Tire has a bead-to-bead Protek breaker to keep your sidewalls safe and your tubes puncture-free. To counterbalance the added layer, the 3 x 110 TPI casing adds back in some suppleness, allowing for enhanced road feel and letting the dual-compound rubber to better hook up in the corners. A Grip Design tread pattern shucks water away from your contact patch to help you keep your speed and confidence up in wet weather.
700C diameter. Folding bead. Claimed weights are 255 g (23 mm), 270 g (25 mm), 295 g (28 mm).
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Im a casual street rider & occasional velodrome rider in Queens,NY...I like these Michelins along with the Michelin tubes, nice grip confident riding and tubes hold pressure for days...
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